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Physician Assistant (PA) Program

Introduction

Healthcare providers of today and tomorrow must understand and apply the concepts of Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)/Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) to cope with the current state of healtcare. The basic concept of EBP is simple -- use the best available information to take care of patients. Yet, mastery of all the skills necessary to practice EBP is difficult.

Keck School of Medicine - EBP Video Catalog

Pre-recorded expanded and comprehensive lectures on EBP topics and corresponding presentation on medical library resources. These lectures are a part of the Year II Medical Student Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum

EBP Tutorials

Introduction to Evidence Based Medicine from Duke and University of North Carolina

Evidence-Based Practice: Improving Patient Care from University of California, Irvine, Grunigen Library

Evidence-Based Medicine Tutorials from University of Massachusetts Medical School, Lamar Soutter Library